It is my belief that sixties counterculture icon Timothy Leary was Illuminati. It is not my intention to endorse nor criticize Leary, instead I simply want to provide an accurate accounting of what he stood for and what he was attempting to do. This is important as I think he has a historical significance which is oftentimes foolishly overlooked.
Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos has been gaining notoriety over the past several years for exposing the corrupting effect social justice is having on higher education. Despite the numerous attacks on his credibility by his critics, there have not been any serious investigations into whether or not he is involved with the Illuminati. Personally, I think it is plausible that he is involved with the Illuminati.
I am presenting three hypotheses in this article: First, the Illuminati consistently engage in rituals of a certain aesthetic that frequently involve a combination of sex, violence and /or drugs. Second, they intentionally depict these rituals in the media. Third, they depict these rituals in the media as a way of proselytizing their religion.
In order to understand the Illuminati religion you must first familiarize yourself with their rituals, one of which is that they treat menstrual blood as a sacrament. Note that despite the lewd subject matter, this article is not an attempt to be provocative. This is a serious investigation into a common Illuminati ritual.
I explain how and why the band Tool is promoting the Illuminist religion. I am not criticizing or endorsing Tool’s religious beliefs, I simply want to establish that they are Illuminati.
The Source Family was a California-based cult from the 1960-70’s whose beliefs and practices were characteristic of the Illuminati religion. What makes them unique among other Illuminati organizations is how open they are with the public, offering unique insight into what happens behind the scenes in the Illuminati religion.
For better or worse, Aleister Crowley is the face of the modern-day Illuminati religion. He was a controversial figure, but few can deny the impact he had on popularizing the occult during the 20th century. In order to understand the occult, it is necessary to gain a basic knowledge of his work.